Start your work week right by doing something wild! Today we are urging all our supporters to take a few minutes to do a good deed for the wildlife, wild lands, and historic sites that share our planet. We would love for you to share that good deed on our Facebook event page so that we can inspire people around the world to join us!
What will your day of service look like? Will you put out hummingbird feeders? Install stickers on your windows to reduce bird collisions? Pick up garbage in your local park? Sign a petition in support of wildlife crossing structures? Volunteer for a community science project? We can’t wait to hear from you!
Here at Rocky Mountain Wild, we will be working with our friends at El Laboratorio to check wildlife cameras for the field season and to transfer the cameras to their program so that they can monitor wildlife along the South Platte River in Denver!
Not sure what you can do? We have a list of suggestions below!
Here are some suggested things to do:
- Sign Conservation Colorado’s petition to reduce pollution and tackle climate change! Urge your state representative to support House Bill 21-1286.
- Sign Conservation Colorado’s letter to Governor Polis stating that Coloradans want climate action now. Ask him to support Senate Bill 200.
- Sign our petition in support of wildlife crossing structures in Colorado. Help us persuade decision-makers to prioritize and build wildlife crossing structures at critical locations throughout Colorado, including across I-70 at Vail Pass.
- Join one or all of our community science projects: The Front Range Pika Project, Colorado Corridors Project, Colorado Bat Watch, Go Big! Central Colorado Bighorn Sheep Survey.
- Sign the Defenders of Wildlife petition and end the biodiversity crisis. Urge your representative to co-sponsor H.Res. 69 calling on the federal government to establish a National Biodiversity Strategy.
- Take action with Great Old Broads for Wilderness and contact the House and Senate Appropriation Committee Chairs and Ranking Members to exclude the greater sage-grouse rider from the Appropriations Bill.
- Sign the Center for Biological Diversity’s petition to protect wolves in Idaho. Ask the US Fish and Wildlife Service to disqualify Idaho from receiving federal funding for wildlife management unless the state immediately repeals its wolf-extermination legislation.
- Sign the Wolf Conservation Center action to protect wolves. Call on President Biden and Interior Secretary Haaland to restore federal ESA protections for wolves.
For Public Lands and Waters:
- Attend the virtual River Rally with over 100 hours of plenaries, workshops, discussions, and inspiring reflections from award recipients.
- Sign Environmental Action’s petition to protect waterways. Tell the Environmental Protection Agency to keep PFAS out of our waterways. Comments are due today.
- Sign Clean Water Action’s petition to tell Congress to pass the Frack Act to rein in some of the most polluting fossil fuel activities.
- Sign Environment America’s petition to keep toxic “forever chemicals” out of our waterways.
For National Parks:
- From our friends at National Parks Conservation Association: Read more about the advocacy project Preserve the History of Amache, and take action by urging your members of Congress to cosponsor the Amache National Historic Site Act.